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Six Nations Await Iran's Response to Overture in Nuclear Talks
New York Times
ALMATY, Kazakhstan — Talks between Iran and six world powers over its nuclear program will go into a second day here, with Western diplomats waiting to get a clear response from Tehran to an offer of step-by-step sanctions relief in return for ...
Powers wait to hear Iran response to nuclear offer
Iran nuclear talks extended, but hopes remain dim
Sanctions Bite, But Iran Shows No Signs Of Budging
Researchers say Stuxnet was deployed against Iran in 2007
Stuxnet, which is widely believed to have been developed by the United States and Israel, was discovered in 2010 after it was used to attack a uranium enrichment facility at Natanz, Iran. It was the first publicly known example of a virus being used to ...
Stuxnet worm targeting Iran in works as early as 2005, Symantec finds
Symantec discovers 2005 US computer virus attack on Iran nuclear plants
Stuxnet origins: US targeted Iran's nuclear research facility before its erection
Iran Enters Nuclear Talks in a Freshly Defiant Mood
New York Times
TEHRAN — When Iran's nuclear negotiating team sits down with its Western counterparts in Almaty, Kazakhstan, on Tuesday, it will offer no new plans or suggestions, people familiar with the views of the Iranian leadership say. More likely, they say ...
Zardari to depart on two-day Iran visit on Wednesday
ISLAMABAD: President Asif Ali Zardari would undertake a two-day official visit to Iran from Wednesday, said the president's spokesman. Senator Farhatullah Babar said that during the visit, the president will hold talks with the Iranian leadership on a ...
Pakistan's Energy Savior: Iran
Zardari off to Iran today
Zardari to begin 2-day Iran visit
World powers restart nuclear talks with Iran
Almaty, Kazakhstan (CNN) -- Talks began Tuesday between six world powers and Iran over its controversial nuclear program for the first time in nearly eight months. But the mood going into the negotiations was as bleak as the fog that hung over this ...
Iran Doctors Photo To Cover Michelle Obama's Shoulders
Now it's Iran's semi-official Fars news agency that has altered reality. It digitally tinkered with a photo taken of first lady Michelle Obama as she announced Argo's best picture win during Sunday night's Oscars telecast. Fars covered her shoulders ...
Ex-Iran hostages hope 'Argo' win boosts quest for reparations
(CNN) -- Former hostages held at the American Embassy in Iran are hoping the Academy Award for Best Picture for "Argo" boosts their efforts to be paid reparations for the ordeal. " 'Argo' was a great motion picture; it was a great story. But it's only ...
'People remain upset': 'Argo' renews attention to Iran hostages left behind
McManus: Gridlock, Tehran-style
Iran scoffs at Oscar-winning 'Argo'
The Professor Who Would Be King
As Iran gears up for elections in June, the fanfare of vetting a presidential candidate list is once again in full swing. While the president is subordinate to the country's real leader, the Ayatollah Khamenei (a man never up for election himself), the ...
Iran Nuclear Talks: World Powers Begin 4th Round Of Talks In Effort To Break ...
ALMATY, Kazakhstan — Seeking even a small step forward in a yearslong dispute, negotiators from Iran and six world powers mulled options Tuesday for preserving Tehran's nuclear program while still trying to keep it from becoming an atomic arsenal.
Iran talks begin, with little hope for a deal
The negotiations in the snow-covered Kazakh city of Almaty, the first in eight months, got underway with a pledge from Western diplomats to seek at least modest progress toward a deal that could allay international fears about Iran's growing nuclear ...